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I am just curious which book wins this vote? Everybody has at least ONE book that made the most impact on overall playing strength (some of us of course has a list); the one that suddenly raised the rating after years of stagnation. So, I am interested in hearing from you guys...(It is not actually about me, but about YOU!)
For me it was Simple Chess by Michael Stean.
The Complete Book of Chess Strategy by IM Jeremy Silman.
And in the picture, the woman is reading the Holy Bible UPSIDE DOWN!
I also really like The Genesis of Power Chess by Leslie Ault, and recently learned that Thinker's Press will be republishing it next year!
Here is a hard to find, but excellent book (just fished off from EBay, finally):
The Genesis of Power Chess by Leslie Ault
When I was much younger, "Logical Chess: Move by Move" by Irving Chernev taught me a lot.
Yes, Euwe was one of the best and most helpful writers, my top book for this title is the same; Chess Master vs. Chess Amateur. Of course what I meant for the blog was a book that meant a sort of paradigm shift in our chess studies. One that explained things differently and opened up a new path. My other favorite is How to Win in the Chess Openings by Horowitz. For example: "For once planning becomes possible, an individual game is no longer like one of those Foreign Legion duels fought in the dark with knives and lanterns...Games that are jumbled, with a hit-or-miss, helter-skelter character, can be very exciting. They can also be very depressing..."
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Nice blonde photo.....
it isn't a chess book.
It's a bible upside down!
Chess Master vs Chess Amateur by Euwe and Meiden. First steps in chess understanding for me.
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